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January 9, 2023
NIPISSING FIRST NATION— The customer experience, whether at Golden Harvest Cannabis Co. or Mukwa Studios, is the centre of economic spin-offs on Nipissing First Nation in the new year.
SkyMed, a high intensity medical rescue show streaming on CBC Gem, has signed on for one year with an option for two, for on-set production at Mukwa Studios. Owners Douglas Chevrier and Natalie Payette-Chevrier are ecstatic.
“It’s a bigger company that wants a second season for next year. They are saying, ‘Don’t utilize the space because we’ll probably do a second. It is exciting!” says Payette-Chevrier. “I get excited when I know there is opportunity. It creates a lot of employment and building that economy is crucial. Douglas and I have always seen it that way. We have been together over 30 years. We have had our gas bar (Eagles Nest Gas) for over 30 years by creating opportunity and always giving back. We always give back to the community.”
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